From Ken Adachi
Note: It seems that many people who try to send me an email to either my Contact or "orderingstuff2" email addresses are getting back the message that the "server rejected " their emails. If this happens to you, leave me a voice mail at 949-544-1375 AND send me an email to my backup address of "pitari(at)peoplepc(dot)com)
I try to both read and reply to mail as time allows.My highest priority is attending to requests for Premium gift products.
The form below was created because I was getting too much spam mail when I published my e-mail address. This is the e-mail address that I check first. If you send a polite e-mail and don't get a reply, don't assume I'm ignoring you. I may have been too busy to respond at the time or I may have planned to respond after doing some research. Leave a voice message if you thinks it's something important that I should know about. If you want to obtain Premium gift items, please write "Premium Gifts" in the subject line and/or leave me a voice message at 949-544-1375, and I'll get back to you within a day or two.
If you use the form below and it's bounced as "non-deliverable" etc., please leave me a voice message at 949-544-1375 (California, Pacific time) and I'll contact you
Call on the phone and leave a message if absolutely no luck sending an e-mail, but realize that I don't have the time or ability to solve difficult situations involving high tech harassment/torture coming from military, government, police, corporate enemies, satanists, or aliens. I'm not here for that purpose. I post articles and offer commentary and helpful information within my capacity. Too many people call me or write me with the unreasonable expectation that I can fix whatever horrible dilemma they are suffering from the Dark Side perpetrators listed above simply because I've posted articles about mind control or electronic harassment, or gang stalking, or aliens, or implants, or voices in the head, etc. I write articles and post commentary and letters from readers and make unique premium gift products, and that's more than enough to keep me busy. I'm not a magician. I especially welcome mail with HELPFUL information that will be of benefit to others. Health related matters are OK to seek information about.
... Ken Adachi
For routine mail with questions or anecdotes, use the box seen below. See additional notes further below.
Before sending mail, take the time to read these notes:
I can't open .docx files. I can only open .doc files. If you send MS Word, send .doc files only. or paste the info as PLAIN TEXT into the e-mail or send a url where I can find the same data. .
(I apologize in advance to mannered and sensitive readers for the necessity to explain to insensitive individuals the basics of letter-writing etiquette.)
1. If you wish to write an e-mail, you need to address me by my name. You also need to print your name at the bottom of your letter. Full name or first name as you prefer, but don't send a letter without identifying yourself because I'm not going to reply to anonymous mail. There is an exception in special cases (whistleblowers) and it's discussed below, but routine mail requires a name.
2. Insulting or negative mail is deleted.
3. Do NOT add my name to your mailing list-no matter how important and relevant you think it may be-without first obtaining my permission. .
4. ***Use the SAME name and the SAME e-mail address-CONSISTENTLY-when corresponding with me.***
5. If you send me an e-mail commenting on anything you have read or seen at my web site, then you have sent a Letter to the Editor and your letter is eligible for publication. I alone will decide on which letters are published or not. Normally, I only publish first name and no e-mail address (unless you ask me to publish your e-mail address). Hostile e-mailers will always find their e-mail address posted.
Additional contact info, including my voice mail, is listed below
..Thanks, Ken Adachi. .
Please read and follow the instructions stated above concerning ANONYMOUS MAIL
P.O. Box 3046
Costa Mesa, CA 92628
Contact person: Ken Adachi
Calling by telephone-
Voice Mail: (949) 544-1375 (Leave a message and a phone number so I can call you back. This is a computer based phone number and not a home phone number)
I use Skype,the computer based phone sysem and unless I'm sitting at the computer, I normally can't directly answer the phone.. If you don't get a quick reply to requests for premium gifts, don't assume that I'm ignoring you,
I just may have not heard your message the same day that you left it. Always
send an e-mail if you don't get a quick response and you are anxious to talk
with me. Leave me a note in the subject line like" Trying to
reach you by phone", etc.
My Skype phone number will now appear in your Called ID box as 949-544-1375
It's OK to send .jpg or gif photos as attachments, but don't send ANY other type of attachment without first checking with me.
If you have something importent to send and can't you place
it within the body of the email itself, then write me FIRST and explain what
you want to send as an attachment and then I can give you instructions. If I have some idea of who you are and
what you want to send, then I can usually arrange something with you.
On Answering Your E-Mail
With a web site like mine, I get a lot of e-mail at times. If I had the time, I would
try to respond to everyone making a sincere inquiry or bringing something of
substance to my attention, but it usually takes about 5-6 hoursminimum to properly answer even one day's worth of e-mails. Devoting that much time
to answering e-mail prevents me from getting enough work done in other
areas. So I'll usually just scan the incoming e-mail very quickly and
won't take the time to read a long e-mail to the end. However, please be assured
that I do examine every e-mail sent to me. My first priority
is to respond to inquiries about premium gift items. After that, I need to
decide which mail requires a priority response and which mail can be answered
at a later time. If someone sends me an e-mail that's lengthy, but looks promising
(and is not of an urgent nature), I'll usually print it out and read it at
a later time (sometimes weeks later). Sometimes it gets buried in
a stack of papers to be read and I might not read it until many weeks after
receipt, but I rely on divine guidance to bring to my attention what
I need to read or know on a day-to-day basis. Even if you don't get
a response from me, don't assume that I haven't gained the information
that you were trying to pass on to me. If you've sent something that
you felt was important and I haven't answered you, then send me another
e-mail (or 2, or 3 or 4) to remind me and I'll usually get back to
you. I don't mind being reminded. Of course, that doesn't apply to
negative or frivilous mail. Very often, people of enormous intellect and insight
will send me something that's really fabulous, but I won't realize that
until I've read their printed out e-mail a few weeks later. Understand that
I'm working alone here and I can't handle the volume at times. Trust that
Spirit takes care of these things behind the scenes and will see to it that
I'll read your stuff if it was meant to be. Of course, there's no rule against
you helping the process along by being persistent and sending me reminders
until you get a response.
On Sending E Mails:
I try to answer sincere letters expressed in a respectful manner, however,
I usually won't respond to unsigned e-mail (this means telling me your
name at the end of the letter. It does not refer to a handwritten 'digital
signature' ). I'm old fashioned in some ways. I became accustomed to the notion
of addressing a person who receives my mail with their name and then signing
my name to the bottom of my letter. Doing anything less is absurd.
Whether that letter is sent electronically or by the post office, it's
still a letter. It's a basic requirement of civilized etiquette
to properly identify yourself whenever you send someone a letter.
Imagine finding a letter in your mailbox at home. The outside of the envelope
only has your address on it, but not your name; only the word "resident"
or "current oocupant" and a return address from the sender, but
no name listed, only something generic like "sender". You
open it up and you find someone who wants to pump you for all the information
they can get out of you -for free of course- but the sender doesn't bother
addressing you by your name.
Instead, they just launch into their questions (or rants) with no introduction
whatsoever about themselves, or explanations of why they are making inquiries, etc. . At the
end of their questions, they simply end the letter abruptly without identifying
themselves. Would you take the time to answer a letter like that? Or just throw it in the garbage-immediately?
If you expect a reply, identify yourself by
signing with the same name you use in everyday life when engaging people. First name only is OK.
This rule does not apply to people
who have special information to pass on to me, but fear for
their safety. You can remain anonymous to any degree you desire. If you have
inside information on the Illuminati, mind control operations, criminal conduct
by intelligence agencies, the military, etc., the safest way to convey your
informaiton is to send me ordinary, snail mail, and not e-mail-if
you are concerned about surveillance and monitoring. If you wish to remain
completely hidden, then use the same pseudonym in all your correspondence
and I can respond to you (if necessary) at the bottom of your published material
(if it's appropriate or desired to publish your info). Otherwise, if I need
to communicaqte with you, I can leave a message for you on the covert message
page found among the links at the top of each web page.
Spam Blocker E-mail ID Requirment
Figure out a way to avoid getting spam without forcing
my labor to be part of YOUR solution
Confidentiality Notice & Publication
of E mails:
If you send information that you feel would be beneficial to our readers or
to me personally, but you don't want to be identified as the source, I will
respect your wishes. Simply tell me that you don't want to be identified
as the source.
On the other hand, if your e-mail (or snail mail, or telephone voice message)
is of a derogatory, hostile, lambasting, pontificating, or threatening nature,
do not expect that it won't be published on this web site or anywhere
else on the Internet along with your name and e-mail address. In
other words, if you plan on being negative, merely attaching a statement of
privacy or "confidentiality" or "copyright, all rights reserved"
is NOT going to stop your E mail from being published -right along with your
name and E mail address (For those hate mailers too stupid to know, a confidentiality
arrangement, in order to be valid and hold any weight in a legal sense, must
be an "agreement" or a "contract" between two or more
people. A unilateral "statement of confidentiality" is meaningless).
Therefore, if you send nasty mail, choose your words carefully, because I
may reprint it. Better yet, don't send negative mail and you'll have
nothing to worry about. If you disagree and have a different point
of view, that's fine. You can send me your opposing opinions, but don't send
me your distemper or ad-homenum barbs because you're going to get it back
in spades and find your letter and e-mail address plasted all over the internet.
It is against the law to offer medical advice or diagnosis in the United States
unless you are a licenced medical doctor. The FDA and FCC have entrapped (and
indicted) a lot of people like me by sending in ringers posing as sick people
claiming to be in search of medical advice and/or a diagnosis. I can
only offer educational information.
Sincerely, K. Adachi
E-Mail Address: (fill in the box seen above and send it. This is the e-mail I check daily)
Alternative, backup e-mail address (if my server is preventing me from accessing my domain e-mail): firstname.lastname@example.org (I do not check that mail daily though)
All information posted on this web site is
the opinion of the author and is provided for educational purposes only.
It is not to be construed as medical advice. Only a licensed medical doctor
can legally offer medical advice in the United States. Consult the healer
of your choice for medical care and advice.